Sunday, December 21, 2008

Ministries fear restrictions under Obama administration

Kelly Shackelford, president of the Liberty Legal Institute, says Congress could move quickly to outlaw discrimination in hiring based on sexual orientation, even if a school or ministry teaches that homosexuality is sinful. He says ministries also fear that a federal hate crimes law could be used against preachers, and that re-imposition of the "Fairness Doctrine" could require Christian broadcasters to air anti-Christian views.

"The impact [the Fairness Doctrine] would have on religious radio is huge," Shackelford contends. "To tell a religious radio station that they have to present the opposite view of theirs on their radio station would create an incredible conflict with religious liberty."

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Cafferty Slams ‘Gasbag’ Limbaugh, Reads E-mail Comparing Rush & Hannity to KKK

By Brad Wilmouth (Bio Archive)

On Friday’s The Situation Room on CNN, Jack Cafferty used his regular "Cafferty File" segment to attack Rush Limbaugh and other conservatives, citing Colin Powell’s recent words criticizing Limbaugh’s role in speaking for Republicans. After he quoted Powell’s remarks, Cafferty clarified that Powell was "talking about that gasbag Limbaugh," and posed the question for viewers: "Should Republicans stop listening to Rush Limbaugh?" Later in the program, all the viewer emails he read were harshly critical of Limbaugh, with one even comparing him and Sean Hannity to the Ku Klux Klan. Cafferty, reading email: "Connie in Chicago: ‘Yes! Limbaugh is a far-right agitator of the worst sort with a 1950's mentality of what values 21st century America should reflect. I expect him and other like-minded Sean Hannitys of the world to step out of their closet and display their white sheets and dunce caps. Limbaugh is a bad joke.’"

A transcript of relevant portions from the Broadcast can be found at NewsBusters

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Google and Popular Mechanics - Bringing 106 Years of PM to the Web

"The Popular Mechanics magazine archive—especially the 100-plus-year-old section—stinks. It smells a bit as though it's been stored in the wet basement of your untidy, chain-smoking uncle. When you get beyond sensory observations, the content of our 106-year archive captures a remarkable breadth of news, views and practical advice over the past century. Still, spend more than a few minutes with your face buried in paper that's more than a century old and, unavoidably, dust and mold start doing strange things to your sinus cavities."
This has got to be one of my favorite sites of all time. Popular Mechanics was one of the first magazines I subscribed to as a child. One could say I used it as my reference to the future Anyone who had any interest in technology before the days of the computer and Internet will surely know what I mean. This is a great place to show you children or anyone for that matter.

You can search the archives on your own, but on a weekly basis PM will also be highlighting their favorite past stories on the PM site.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

American Red Cross: Holiday Mail for Heroes

American Red Cross: Holiday Mail for Heroes:

Support our troops around the world by sending a card. Remember they have put thier lives on the line to preserve the freedoms we so much enjoy here at home in the USA.

Holiday Mail for Heroes is a partnership between the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes to deliver one million holiday cards to American service members, veterans and their families in the United States and around the world.

Please follow these simple guidelines when sending your card to ensure it will quickly reach service members, veterans and their families. There is a Dec 10th deadline Send a card today by clicking here.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

'Office of President-Elect' Holds No Authority - FOXNews.com

Despite Bells and Whistles, 'Office of President-Elect' Holds No Authority - FOXNews.com Transition Tracker:

"President-elect Barack Obama is looking very presidential these days. When he makes an announcement, he is ringed by American flags and stands behind a lectern that has a very presidential-looking placard announcing 'The Office of the President-Elect.'

But the props are merely that. Under the Constitution, there is no such thing as the Office of the President-elect. Technically, Obama will not even become the president-elect until the Electoral College convenes after the second Wednesday in December and elects him based on the results of the Nov. 4 general election, as stated in the Constitution."

Reverend Jeremiah Wright talks of humor and hurt -- chicagotribune.com

Reverend Jeremiah Wright talks of humor and hurt -- chicagotribune.com:
"'I've already told . . . Obama: On Nov. 5, I'm coming after you,' he said. 'It's not you the person . . . it's the policies of this country. And as long as you are presiding over policies that grind God's people into the earth, I'm coming after you."

Monday, November 24, 2008

Talk Stream Live

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November 21, 2008 • on The Right Perspective!

Democrat activst lawyer Phil Berg will talk about the
latest on his “Natural Born” lawsuit against Barack Obama.
with Frank & John

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Will The Fairness Doctrine Silence The Conservative Voice?

Stop the Push to Silence Free Speech

Will 2009 usher in a fanatical push to re-instate the so-called "Fairness Doctrine"? Such a move would effectively silence the conservative voice and remove the last conservative stronghold against a fast-moving liberal agenda.

One need only read the words of Dianne Feinstein to see the true threat to conservative speech that is brewing on the horizon!

"Talk radio tends to be one-sided. It also tends to be dwelling in hyperbole. It's explosive. It pushes people to, I think, extreme views without a lot of information ... I'm looking at the [Fairness Doctrine]... Unfortunately, talk radio is overwhelmingly one way."

Recognizing this threat, the Media Research Center has created the Free Speech Alliance which is a coalition of organizations and citizens strongly opposed to any such move to limit or undermine our Free Speech Rights!

If the liberal voice in America has their way, the Fairness Doctrine will end conservative talk--including Rush, Sean,Laura, Lan, Mark, and a host of others. Please take a moment right now to join the hundreds of thousands of Americans who oppose the Fairness Doctrine and all that it stands for by clicking the link below. Take action today by adding your name to the petition.

MRC Petition Against The Fairness Doctrine

Seton Motley, communications director of the Media Research Center, appeared on Fox News' "Your World" to discuss the possible return of the "censorship doctrine," which liberals spin as the "fairness doctrine."

Friday, November 14, 2008

What’s Fair Is Fair By Barbara Comstock & Lanny J. Davis on National Review Online

What’s Fair Is Fair By Barbara Comstock & Lanny J. Davis on National Review Online

A recent Rasmussen poll reported that nearly half of Americans (47 percent) believe the government should mandate political balance on radio and TV airwaves. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has also indicated that she would like to reinstate the so-called “Fairness Doctrine.” While the two of us can usually be found on opposite sides of many political issues, this is one issue where we have found strong agreement: We both strongly oppose reinstatement of the so-called “Fairness Doctrine.” Historically, opposition to the Fairness Doctrine has been genuinely a bipartisan issue. (more)

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Patriot Brigade Talk Radio Network™

Patriot Brigade Talk Radio Network™

The Patriot Brigade Network is going to be the strongest tool avaliable for this movement to get the truth to the people. This movement must be kept alive... Kinda reminds me of "Underground" FM Radio from the 60's. Those of us on the air got to know our listeners in a very personal way. Much like what is going on here. Obama may be our president starting in January, but he will never be able to speak on my behalf. The only reason Glen Beck and others within the main stream media. WE are now the Main Stream Media..
This is a Live Show with live chat blogs and more.
this show airs from 10:00-12:00 each night.

Lan LamphereProducer/Overnight AM Radio Show

Monday, October 27, 2008

Mississippi has more registered voters than adults

More than a third of Mississippi counties have more registered voters than residents old enough to cast a ballot, according to an Associated Press analysis.

In addition to providing ammunition for people who say the voting system is vulnerable to fraud, the flabby voting rolls may make it difficult to accurately determine turnout for the Nov. 4 presidential election.

"There is no reason in the world why some of these counties should have more registered voters than they have living, breathing people," Mississippi Senate Elections Committee Chairman Terry Burton said.

Despite the inflated voter rolls, "it's important not to leap to the conclusion that this means there have been many illegitimate voters," said Adam Skaggs, an attorney at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. He said the bigger problem _ in Mississippi and across the U.S. _ is that people have not registered at all or don't know they have been purged from the rolls.

In Mississippi, AP's county-by-county analysis compared voter registration figures released Thursday by the Secretary of State's office with Census figures from 2000, which provide the latest and most detailed information for the entire state. Twenty-nine of Mississippi's 82 counties had more registered voters than people of voting age. Alabama has a similar problem _ The Birmingham News found that six of 67 counties there have more registered voters than people of voting age.

Mississippi and Alabama are heavily Republican states expected to choose John McCain over Democrat Barack Obama, though they have U.S. House and Senate races that could be close.

"The opportunity for fraud exists certainly if people are on the rolls that shouldn't be there," Burton said. "If there's one case of fraud, there's one too many." He said people could theoretically vote, then go back and try to pass themselves off as people who have died, though he does not expect that.

In Mississippi, only first-time voters who registered by mail must show identification. Without an ID requirement, election officials must rely on poll workers and voters to be honest.

In five Mississippi counties with inflated rolls, the discrepancy can be explained by rapid population growth. In the rest, the population has grown slowly or remained stagnant.
Larry Gardner, chairman of the Election Commissioners Association of Mississippi, attributed some inflated voter rolls to commissioners who "are not doing their job."

Gardner said in some counties, personality conflicts have led to power struggles between the circuit clerk and election commissioners. The circuit clerk, the county's chief elections officer, is supposed to help election commissioners purge the voter rolls. Gardner said some clerks have blocked commissioners from using county computers.

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann's office compiled its own list of 24 counties with more registered voters than people of voting age. All are also on AP's list. Hosemann said his staff has been working with election commissioners, showing them, for example, how to check Health Department records so they can purge dead voters' names.

But because of Mississippi's history of trying to suppress minority voting decades ago, the U.S. Justice Department must clear any changes in election laws or procedures. Some commissioners say they're reluctant to purge names because they don't want to run afoul of the department.

In the Jackson suburb of Madison County earlier this year, election commissioner Sue Sautermeister put more than 10,000 names on a list of inactive voters, a step short of purging. After complaints from other county and state officials, Hosemann's office restored them.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

The short - but eventful - life of Ike - The Big Picture - Boston.com

I am from MS and know what these storms can do. Thankfully the loss of life is a lot lower with 'Ike' than from 'Katrina' and other storms. These amazing pictures are a testament as to what is GOING to happen to the property along the gulf when a major hurricane comes ashore. I applaud the people that had the good sense to get out when the evacuation order was given, and can only pray for those who wished to challenge the 'Wrath of GOD'

There are 28 pictures avaliable and may be viewed at The Big Picture-Boston.com

In its brief lifespan of only 13 days, Hurricane Ike wreaked great deal of havoc. Affecting several countries including Cuba, Haiti, and the United States, Ike is blamed for approximately 114 deaths (74 in Haiti alone), and damages that are still being tallied, with estimates topping $10 billion. Many shoreline communities of Galveston, Texas were wiped from the map by the winds, storm surge and the walls of debris pushed along by Ike - though Galveston was spared the level of disaster it suffered in 1900.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

CNN Live Video Coverage of O J Simpson Trial & World Newscast

CNN.com Live provides live coverage of news online. Full coverage of the O J trial along with hurricane IKE updates and news from around the globe. There are up to 4 different streams to choose, all with no commercials. I like this site as it is much like live television viewed on cable.

CNN Live Streams

Friday, September 12, 2008

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Live Hurricane Ike Video

This is an outside link to live local coverage of Hurricane Ike.
Note that the page loads with the audio on...for all stations.
You must mute stations that you do not wish to hear

Hurricane Ike Coverage

Monday, September 08, 2008

America's Right: Eligibility Goes Beyond Citizenship

America's Right: Eligibility Goes Beyond Citizenship

Barack Obama is not a legal U.S. natural-born citizen

The Constitution is the supreme law in the United States . No judge or other governmental body, not even the Supreme Court, may override it in any circumstance!

We know that Obama refuses to release his birth certificate, and for some reason it is not on file in Hawaii , so this is interesting. Is Obama Legally Eligible to Serve as President?

Here's something for you to ponder. This came from a USNA alumnus and it'll be interesting to see how the media handles this.

Barack Obama is not a legal U.S. natural-born citizen, according to the law on the books at the time of his birth, which falls between December 24, 1952, to November 13, 1986. Federal Law states that the office of President requires a person be a natural-born citizen, if the child was not born to two U.S. citizen parents. This is what exempts John McCain, though he was born in the US Panama Canal Zone .

US Law very clearly states: '. . . if only one parent is a U.S. Citizen at the time of one's birth, that parent must have resided in the United States for a minimum of ten years, five of which must be after the age of 16. Barack Obama's father was not a U.S. Citizen. Obama's mother was only 18 when Obama was born. This means even though she had been a U.S. Citizen for 10 years, (or citizen of Hawaii being a territory), his mother fails the test for at-least-5-years-prior-to Barack Obama's birth, but-after-age-16. In essence, Mother alone is not old enough to qualify her son for automatic U.S. Citizenship. At most, 2 years elapsed from his mother turning 16 to the time of Barack Obama's birth when she was 18. His mother would have needed to have been 16 + 5 = 21 years old at the time of Barack Obama's birth for him to be a natural-born citizen.

The Constitution clearly declares: Naturalized citizens are ineligible to hold the office of President. Though Barack Obama was sent back to Hawaii at age 10, any other information does not matter because his mother is the one who must fulfill the requirement to be a U.S. Citzen for 10 years prior to his birth on August 4, 1961, with 5 of those years being after age 16.

Further, Obama may have had to have remained in the USA for some time frame to protect any citizenship he might have had, rather than living in Indonesia . This is very clear cut and a glaring violation of U.S. Election law. I think that Governor Schwarzenegger of California would be very interested in discovering if Obama is allowed to be elected Presidentwithout being a natural-born U.S. Citizen, since this would set a precedent.

DNC and Barack Hussein Obama have officially been served in lawsuit


Philip J. Berg, Esquire, the Attorney who filed suit against Barack H. Obama challenging Senator Obama’s eligibility to serve as President of the United States, has received confirmation from his Process Service Company that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Senator Barack Obama were served today, September 4, 2008, with the legal documents pertaining to Berg vs. Obama, Civil Action No. 08-cv-4083. The DNC was served at 12:00 p.m. and Senator Obama was served at 1:00 p.m. The U.S. Attorney’s Office accepted service on behalf of the Federal Elections Committee (FEC) on or about August 22, 2008.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally

Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally

This strong and solid community today consists of approximately 280 people and many businesses, churches, organizations and Diane Jackson City Park. Located about 12 miles southwest of Starkville on Highway 12, Sturgis has opened its doors to bikers from around the country for the last eleven years or so. The Mayor, Scott Smith, and the Board of Alderman have always been extremely supportive and extend a warm welcome to all riders. With Southern hospitality, the citizens, merchants and organizations also enjoy showing the bikers their town and their way of life almost as much as the bikers enjoy the welcome and warmth they receive from the minute they arrive to the minute they depart. Together, they have made for a combination that is unbeatable causing riders to come away from Sturgis with a fond appreciation for this small community... and a very strong desire to return.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Pictures of Katrina

These pictures were made by an excellent photographer in Magee, MS where the eye of the storm passed thru - what an experience!
Magee is 150 miles north of Waveland, Mississippi. Where the Hurricane made landfall in Mississippi.

The dance with Katrina:

Part of her beauty as she left destruction on her exit, is remarkably dramatic.


The next picture was taken from the third story balcony of Saint Stanislaus College located next door to Our Lady of the Gulf church in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi on the morning of August 29th, 2005.

This is believed to be the initial wave (tidal?) of Hurricane Katrina. The wave was approximately 35 to 40 feet high. When it slammed into the beachfront communities of Bay Saint Louis and Waveland, it completely destroyed 99% of every structure along the beach for 9 miles and more than a mile inland. But the destruction only started there. The flooding which continued inland destroyed all but 3 5 homes in these two communities of approximately 14,000 people.

It almost looks like a mountain.The force behind it would have the same impact of one

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Radio Broadcasting History, Favorite Radio Stories WJDX-FM

Radio Broadcasting History, Radio People, Favorite Radio Stories WJDX-FM
March 15, 2008
The fact that we were able to convince management to make the change is somewhat of a miracle and a fortunate "quirk"--consider that this was Jackson, Mississippi (of all places) during a politically and culturally repressive period (1968) and that the ownership of the station was, in a word, conservative. But regardless of all that, the new format was put in place, and WJDX-fm became one of the first stations of its kind, not only in the South, but in the entire country!

Friday, March 14, 2008

Why is Gizmo spamming my contact list?

Why is Gizmo spamming my contact list?

I have some issues with the Gizmo5 project and the way it handles my AIM, MSN, Yahoo, & Google Talk contacts. I am running GrandCentral and only needed the sipphone features from the Gizmo Project.

I don't necessarily want Gizmo to e-mail everyone on my contact list in Yahoo and invite them to join. I don't like spam and most of my friends don't like it either. How do you keep Gizmo from doing this?

It only took a few minutes for the program to add all of my contacts and now it is going to take hours to get them off. I feel like all of my contacts have been hijacked by the Gizmo5 Project

How do I stop Gizmo from logging into to other chat networks.

If you would like to stop Gizmo from logging into your other accounts on MSN, Yahoo, and AOL/AIM removing the contacts will not work. The way to do this is open the start a chat session with the contact "Add AIM, MSN, Y! buddies." SELECT option 3 then 6

To properly remove contacts you imported from another network, you will need to "unregister" those contacts. Simply deleting contacts from other networks may delete those contacts from your buddy list on the other network, for example your AIM or MSN buddy list.

"Spam from the Gizmo Project?": Tech Support from Ask Dave Taylor!

But that's not the worst of it.
Tonight I received what appears to be spam from someone using the Gizmo Project, a Voice over IP (VOIP) telephony system, that asks me to sign up and download their software:

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Petition to parole Jim Gordon

A petition has been created to be considered by the California Parole Board at the upcoming hearing of drumming legend Jim Gordon.

Despite being diagnosed as an acute paranoid schizophrenic by five separate psychiatrists, he was sentenced to 16 years to life in 1984.

The judge agreed at sentencing that the Mr. Gordon was "suffering from a profound mental illness," but was unable to find him not guilty by reason of insanity due to the State of California's tightening of the legal definition a couple of years earlier (in reaction to the notorious "Twinkie defense," (by the way).

This petition is completely legitimate – It has already been signed not only by fans, but by several of Jim Gordon's contemporaries. In addition, many of the living legends that he has worked with have written letters for the Board's consideration.

Obviously the ruling will be based several factors such as medical evaluations, but the petition is intended to show the Board the degree of support that still exists for this brilliant musician and songwriter.

The author will also forward a copy to Jim Gordon himself to assure him that he has by no means been forgotten.

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Deltamusic wants to you to check out this Finetune playlist: Deltamusic 1

Greetings Fred!
Deltamusic wants you to check out this playlist on finetune.com
message from Deltamusic

Deltamusic 1
by Deltamusic

My first finetune playlist. From Dr John to tha Stones.
click here
  to listen
1. Tell It Like It Is by Aaron Neville
2. Let's Stay Together by Al Green
3. Let's Stay Together (2003 Digital Remaster) by Al Green
4. Respect by Aretha Franklin
5. I'm Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight by Atlanta Rhythm Section
6. Who You Gonna Run To by Atlanta Rhythm Section
7. Cut the Cake by Average White Band
8. Hello Stranger by Barbara Lewis
9. I Write the Songs by Barry Manilow
10. Do You Want To Dance by Bette Midler
11. Piece of My Heart by Big Brother & The Holding Company
12. It's Still Rock and Roll to Me by Billy Joel
13. Will It Go Round In Circles by Billy Preston
14. Old Time Rock & Roll by Bob Seger & Silver Bullet Band
15. (You Want To) Make A Memory by Bon Jovi
16. Good Vibrations by Bonnie Bramlett
17. Feelin' Satisfied by Boston
18. Let Me Take You Home Tonight by Boston
19. Smokin' by Boston
20. Smokin' in the Boys' Room by Brownsville Station
21. For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield
22. You Never Done It Like That by Captain & Tennille
23. Mockingbird by Carly Simon & James Taylor
24. The South's Gonna Do It by Charlie Daniels
25. The Most Beautiful Girl by Charlie Rich
26. Believe by Cher
27. Back In the U.S.A. by Chuck Berry
28.. Born On the Bayou by Creedence Clearwater Revival
29. Karma Chameleon by Culture Club
30. I'm Your Puppet by Dan Penn
31. Memphis Women And Chicken by Dan Penn
32. You Left The Water Running by Dan Penn
33. Linus and Lucy by David Benoit
34. Young Americans (1999 Digital Remaster) by David Bowie
35. All We Really Want To Do by Delaney & Bonnie
36. Just Plain Beautiful by Delaney & Bonnie
37. Soul Shake (LP Version) by Delaney & Bonnie
38. Do Right Woman - Do Right Man (LP Version) by Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
39. Never Ending Song Of Love by Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
40. Only You Know and I Know by Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
41. Are You A Beatle Or A Rolling Stone by Delaney Bramlett
42. California Rain by Delaney Bramlett
43. I'm Not Your Lover, Just Your Lovee by Delaney Bramlett
44. Only You Know And I Know ( Live Version ) by Delanie & Bonnie & Friends
45. Bell Bottom Blues by Derek & The Dominos
46. I Looked Away by Derek & The Dominos
47. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out by Derek & The Dominos
48. She Believes In Me by Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers
49. Better Love Next Time by Dr. Hook
50. Sharing The Night Together by Dr. Hook
51. The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
52. Iko Iko by Dr. John
53. Makin' Whoopee (feat. Rickie Lee Jones) by Dr. John
54. Such a Night by Dr. John
55. Knock On Wood by Eddie Floyd
56. Bennie and the Jets by Elton John
57. The Bitch Is Back by Elton John
58. Your Song by Elton John
59. Are You Lonesome Tonight? by Elvis Presley
60. Save the Last Dance for Me by Emmylou Harris
61. Two More Bottles of Wine by Emmylou Harris
62. Bell Bottom Blues by Eric Clapton
63. Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton
64. Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino
65. Wasted Days and Wasted Nights by Freddy Fender
66. Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) by George Harrison
67. Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight & The Pips
68. Friend Of The Devil by Grateful Dead
69. Truckin' by Grateful Dead
70. Always by Harry Nilsson
71. Everybody's Talkin' (From "Midnight Cowboy") by Harry Nilsson
72. Over The Rainbow by Harry Nilsson
73. 100 Years From Now by Huey Lewis & The News
74. I Want A New Drug / Small World (LP Version) by Huey Lewis & The News
75. The Heart of Rock & Roll by Huey Lewis & The News
76. Proud Mary by Ike And Tina Turner
77. For America by Jackson Browne
78. Somebody's Baby by Jackson Browne
79. Take It Easy by Jackson Browne
80. How Sweet It Is by James Taylor
81. You've Got A Friend by James Taylor
82. Get It While You Can by Janis Joplin
83. Me And Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin
84. Mercedes Benz by Janis Joplin
85. Chantilly Lace by Jerry Lee Lewis
86. I'll Have to Say I Love You in a Song by Jim Croce
87. Operator (That's Not the Way it Feels) by Jim Croce
88. Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffett
89. Feelin' Alright by Joe Cocker
90. Feelin' Alright by Joe Cocker
91. Sticks And Stones by Joe Cocker
92. (Just Like) Starting Over by John Lennon
93. Imagine (2000 Digital Remaster) by John Lennon
94. Woman by John Lennon
95. I've Got the Music in Me by Kiki Dee Band
96. Bette Davis Eyes by Kim Carnes
97. Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (Remastered LP Version) by Leo Sayer
98. Delta Lady (Digitally Remastered 95) by Leon Russell
99. Tight Rope (Digitally Remastered 95) by Leon Russell
100. It's A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (Digitally Remastered 95) by Leon Russell And The Shelter People
101. Back In the U.S.A. by Linda Ronstadt
102. That'll Be the Day by Linda Ronstadt
103. Help Is On Its Way by Little River Band
104. A Love Song by LOGGINS & MESSINA
105. Danny's Song by LOGGINS & MESSINA
106. Your Mama Don't Dance by LOGGINS & MESSINA
107. I Know a Little by Lynyrd Skynyrd
108. What's Your Name by Lynyrd Skynyrd
109. Brand New Key by Melanie
110. The Girl Is Mine by Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney
111. Good Rockin' by Molly Hatchet
112. Let The Good Times Roll by Molly Hatchet
113. Put Your Hand In the Hand by Ocean
114. (Sittin On) the Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding
115. '65 Love Affair by Paul Davis
116. Do Right by Paul Davis
117. English Tea by Paul McCartney
118. Keep Under Cover (1993 Digital Remaster) by Paul McCartney
119. Maybe I'm Amazed (1993 Digital Remaster) by Paul McCartney
120. Ebony and Ivory by Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
121. Goodnight Tonight by Paul McCartney & Wings
122. Silly Love Songs by Paul McCartney & Wings
123. Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard by Paul Simon
124. Still Crazy After All These Years by Paul Simon
125. Against All Odds by Phil Collins
126. You Can't Hurry Love by Phil Collins
127. Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen
128. You Take My Breath Away by Queen
129. Short People (LP Version) by Randy Newman
130. You've Got A Friend In Me by Randy Newman
131. Georgia On My Mind by Ray Charles
132. I've Done Everything for You by Rick Springfield
133. Chuck E's In Love by Rickie Lee Jones
134. Oh My My by Ringo Starr
135. Only You (And You Alone) by Ringo Starr
136. You're Sixteen (You're Beautiful and You're Mine) by Ringo Starr
137. Angie (Live) by Rolling Stones
138. Brown Sugar by Rolling Stones
139. Honky Tonk Women by Rolling Stones
140. Everybody Is A Star by Sly & The Family Stone
141. Hey Nineteen by Steely Dan
142. I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder
143. Superstition by Stevie Wonder
144. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life by Stevie Wonder
145. House of the Rising Sun by The Animals
146. Up On Cripple Creek by The Band
147. California Girls by The Beach Boys
148. Good Vibrations by The Beach Boys
149. Mt. Vernon And Fairway (Theme) (24-Bit Remastered 00) (2000 Digital Remaster) by The Beach Boys
150. Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) by The Hollies
151. ABC by The Jackson 5
152. Can't You See by The Marshall Tucker Band
153. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da by The Police
154. Roxanne by The Police
155. Let's Do It Again by The Staple Singers
156. Respect Yourself by The Staple Singers
157. 300 Pounds of Hongry by Tony Joe White
158. They Caught The Devil And Put Him In Jail In Eudora, Arkansas (Album Version) by Tony Joe White
159. City Lights by Valerie Carter
160. Ooh Child by Valerie Carter
161. So, So, Happy by Valerie Carter
162. Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison
163. Crazy Love by Van Morrison
164. That Scares Me by Van Zant
165. People Get Ready by Vanilla Fudge
166. You Keep Me Hangin' On by Vanilla Fudge
167. The Cisco Kid by War
168. Have A Good Time by Wet Willie
169. Keep on Smilin' by Wet Willie
170. On the Road Again by Willie Nelson
171. Whiskey River by Willie Nelson
172. Legs by ZZ Top